Quantity: 1 available
Book Condition: Fine
First Printing 1967. From the Donald Olsen collection of Modern Firsts--recently released for sale. A fine copy in an unclipped and fine dustjacket. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1968. A very collectable copy. Styron's look into southern slavery through the eyes of a slave--a controversial book for the 60's and perhaps still controversial today--as Styron was a white author. Styron also wrote "Sophie's Choice" and "Lie Down In Darkness" which was his first novel--- written when he was only 25. One of the founders of the Paris Book Review--Styron was a major influence on American fiction over the last 50 years. A very collectable copy. Protected in a BrodArt jacket cover and shipped Priority for media mail price.